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Jacob has at last received the money Thomas sent from Annapolis and suggests suing the courier service for interest. The sum will be used to pay debts and bolster the family's farming business.

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Gratiot, OH


soldiers' pay; livestock

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Armstrong, Jacob G., 1847-???? -- Correspondence; Armstrong family -- Correspondence

Letter from Jacob G. Armstrong to Thomas S. Armstrong



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